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Sabrina Mandel

Mark Jaster From sailing tall ships to painting in oils, from gardening to reading fortunes, Sabrina has played many roles. While living in South Carolina, she wrote, produced, and performed a solo street performance, Poetry for the People: Sabrina VentDeLaMer and her Amazing Game of Chance, for the Charleston Piccolo Festival. She has since performed it at farmer’s markets, in public squares, and for various events in the United States, Canada and Paris. She has also performed original poetry at the National Poetry Slam Championship and numerous other spoken word events, and has self-published a collaborative chapbook of poetry, “Whalebone Ladies”.

Since moving to the DC area Ms. Mandell has performed as an understudy in the Shakespeare Theater’s Cyrano, has been the assistant to A Fool Named “O” at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. She co-created the sold-out Flesh and Candor Cabaret performance called Revolution at the Warehouse Theater; with her partner Mark Jaster, she wrote, produced and performed Prufbox based on the TS Eliot poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” which premiered at the Capital Fringe Festival in July 2006 and was remounted at both the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC, and the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA, as part of their Joseph Cornell exhibits; together she and Mr. Jaster have also created The Seven Ages of Mime for the Round House Theater, and Low Tide Hotel which was voted Best Comedy of the 2007 Capital Fringe Festival and was selected as a Best Bet by the Washington City Paper. She also performs regularly with the Big Apple Circus’ Clown Care Program at the Children’s National Medical Center and Johns Hopkins University Hospital.